Volume 40:19September 23rd, 2014
As part of English 407’s “Careers for English Majors” speaker series, this coming Monday, September 29th, from 12:30 to 1:30, the series will be highlighting paralegals–what they do, how they use their communication skills, and what makes the field a satisfying one for graduates with strong reading and writing skills. The speaker, Cherie St. Jean, graduated from CSUN in 1994 with an M.A. in Political Science, and worked in several large law firms as a paralegal. The presentation and the Q & A afterwards will be held in ED (Education) 1126. Please respond to Kathy Leslie (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you plan to attend.
Project D.A.T.E. is a rape and sexual assault awareness and prevention program sponsored by University Counseling Services and Strength United, a community based, university affiliated, sexual assault intervention and violence prevention program. They request faculty to donate time for a 30-60 minute presentation on the topics and resources. If interested, contact Leslie Z. Gonzalez at email@example.com.
The College of Humanities Faculty Fellowship and Grant Program provides support for scholarly research or creative activities. Full-time tenure track and tenured faculty may apply for funding. Deadline: Wednesday, October 8.
The Fulbright Scholar Program is offering a Faculty Workshop on November 12, 2014 at Pepperdine University. Learn about teaching and research opportunities in more than 125 countries. Get advice on selecting countries for the application and making contacts abroad. Explore how your campus can host visiting foreign Fulbright scholars. Get tips on how to prepare the Fulbright application. To reserve a seat please contact Kamron King in the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs at 310.506.4819 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Space is limited; please RSVP by November 7, 2014. There is no charge for the workshop.
The Office of Community Engagement has now opened an additional grant cycle for Spring 2015. The application is due by November 10, 2014. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Joyce Burstein at email@example.com.
The California Rare Book School offers a series of seminars in the summer and fall that are open to faculty, students, and staff interested in the book as material object. They have a generous scholarship program. Those interested in attending can learn more about the course offerings and scholarships at http://www.calrbs.org/.
Danielle Spratt received a SHARP (Society for the History of Authorship, Reading, and Publishing) scholarship to attend a week-long seminar entitled “The History of the Book, The 19th and 20th Centuries” at the California Rare Book School this past August.
Danielle Spratt’s essay, “Denaturalizing Lady Bountiful: Speaking the Silence of Poverty in Mary Brunton’s Discipline and Jane Austen’s Emma,“ is forthcoming in a special issue on Jane Austen and Her Contemporaries in The Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation.